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a city not far away from mexico city. >> what the heck was that? >> a rocket? >> did they fire a rocket into the volcano. >> no. >> shooting down laser beams. could be. this is a ufo that the video was reported by a tv station from a camera that is trained on the volcano to keep an eye on the volcano and they captured this. >> what's weird to me, though, yeah, you see it go in, but you don't see any sort of reaction, or any debris shoot up in the air, which makes me think maybe it's something with the lens or something. >> it's too much like a cylinder to be a meteor. >> some astronomers and theorists are saying they don't believe it to be a meteor, because that would have left some sort of trail. they don't believe it's any kind of volcanic debris because the volcano isn't shooting stuff up aand out. one theory, a problem with the camera or just a natural phenomena. >> what the heck does that mean? >> does this look similar to what i just showed you in mexico? from an an check astronomer alan who observed this thing two hours. says it's not moving. he's moving. he's trying to shoot vid
in mexico city, john carlos--alongside tommy smith--raised their fists to protest human rights injustice. it became one of the most powerful images of the 1960's. the hall of fame sprinter says he and smith formulated exactly what they wanted to do. (john carlos/human rights activist) "we looked at what artifacts we had to bring to the table, such as the gloves, the beads, the scarf, the black shirt, to bring the puma shoe to the stand, to leave our shoes off our feet...we pretty much laid it out in terms of what we were going to do and how we were going to do it." all of these items...symbols of defying oppression. the famous black glove salute is immortalized by the statues at san jose state. and on wednesday, carlos himself was inspiring students. "these are the fights that we fight for." (lexy nuno/update news reporter): "hundreds of students gathered at the statues to hear john carlos speak, and now they're lining up behind me to meet the san jose state legend." spoken word poet malcolm halcrombe was one of those students--excited to meet the legendary activist. (malcolm halcrombe/s
action for childhood arrivals program. it means though he was born in mexico, he can legally work. he admits he cried a little. >> hard to believe. >> the program started august 15th and applies to young people who arrived before 16th birthdays. 200 have been granted so far out of thousands of applications. catholic charities received 15 more approvals just today. >> this is going to open a lot of doors for them so they can work and pay for the tuition. >> had to leave his previous job because he didn't have proper paperwork. >> he just applied for social security card today. his sister who was born in the u.s. went with him. >> so overwhelming for him to have all the opportunities that i have. >> and he has someone else to think about. his 1 year old son. >> my son, you know, like i'm going to try to do everything for him. >> he plans to go back to school and hopes to one day open his own computer business. he has another sister who is waiting for her application for a work permit to be processed. ktvu channel 2 news. >> a super market chain is explaining why it began using a highly
was somewhere she shouldn't be's in santa fe, new mexico. rummaging through dumpsters. police saw her and the chase commenced. >> of course, the bear got away. >> until they got a call the next morning. across the street from the police department. up in a tree. >> watch these bears. >> and, boom. amp being tranquilized with two shots, the bear took a little nap. >> funny thing is the police didn't notice her in a tree across the street. >> it was a citizen. notice there's a tag on that bear's ear. >> already tagged because of the three strikes rule. >> they think it's her second time doing this. >> it's kind of heartbreaking to watch this whole thing. >> the good thing, she was returned to her natural habitat. she's going to go hibernate. she'll be all right. >> watch out! whoa. >>> what does a fast car say to the roadway with america's highest speed limit? >> see ya! >> motor versus motorway, next. >>> and jenna marbles is talking about guys and lies. >> we can do nothing else but lie. >> it's like ron: years ago i made a promise to provide the best for my family, in sickness and in
in history. 43-year-old is skenled to make the jump over roz well, new mexico early tomorrow morning. he'll ride through the stratosphere in a balloon hoisted capsule reaching an altitude of 23 miles then he'll jump. the daredevil should quickly break the sound bare year and then land minutes later safe and sound if all goes well. thank you for trusting ktvu channel 2 news. we'll see you the next time news breaks. i'm gasia mikaelian and our coverage continues with the 10:00 news and tonight we'll have complete coverage of president obama's visit to san francisco tonight. keep in mind we're always here for you at tmz is up next right here on tv 36
mexico is looking good for felix baumgartner's latest attempt. he plans to parachute 23 miles from the earth. he noted that tomorrow is the day of the anniversary that chuck yeager first broke the sound barrier from a plane in 1957. >> 50 years ago tomorrow, the cuban missile crisis was sparked. president jfk and his aides worked to avoid a confrontation with russian president khruschchev. the soviet missiles left cuba and the u.s. dismantled its own missile installations in turkey. a new recall, targeting a popular dog treat and the first . >>> this giant geyser erupts r after a car crash into a fire hydrant. this hydrant the fire department responded to the scene and capped the hydrant. >>> we have more details about that boat rescue on san francisco bay that we first told you about last night on the 10:00 news, the coast guard still has not released the cause of the accident. which threatened to sink a charter boat carrying 22 people celebrating a bachelor party. the boat, the neptune, colloided with something near alcaraz island around 8:30 friday night. san francisco police a
in history from an altitude of 128,000 feet over new mexico. that's more than 24 miles into space. aviation officials said they clocked baumgartner at 833 miles per hour that's mach 1.4. he later told reporters the only thing on his mind when he jumped was making it down alive. >>> the cases of fungal meningitis has risen to 105. the centers of disease control says the number of deaths stands at 15. the number of deaths stem from steroid shots. the medications have been recalled. some of the contaminated medication was used here in california but there are no reports of infection here so far. >>> in news of the world we are getting late word that the young girl shot in pakistan is being flown to the united states. hundreds rallied for support. the unspoken advocates for girl's rights was shot in the head back on october 9. she remains unconscious and on a ventilator. late tonight pakistani officials say that she needs prolonged care to fully recover. >>> from syrian rebels comes this video proporting the show the downing of a government jet by rebel fighters. rebels say the jet was shot dow
'll be back here in a little bit. we'll have all the details. >> hurricane paul came ashore on mexico's southern baja peninsula. the storm packed 70-mile an hour winds and brought 3 to 5 inches of rain. many streets in one town were flooded. the government opened dozens of shelters for people to wait out the storm. >> major changes in store for a congested san francisco to row fair. >>> also another closure if a bay area bridge this weekend. >> >>> a search crew has located burned wreckage of a missing plane. the coroner is trying to identify the remains after pilot. the crash site is only about a mile from the half-moon bay airport. ktvu's john sasaki tells us investigators have a good idea who was in that plane. >> reporter: on a windy bluff search crews discovered a crash site in morning one day a a plane disappeared. sheriffs officials escorted our camera near the wreckage. >> if it's burned, mangled wreckage is what it is. >> reporter: yesterday morning a plane took off from the airport heading for arizona. it never reached its refueling destination and the wife of 75- year-old a
in mexico last year is asking for help tonight. as ktvu's john sasaki reports he is looking for the one item that he credits with saving his life. >> reporter: this was the fishing boat called the eric, which went down in the sea of cortez, killing eight man. >> i would have died, i would have drowned without that life vest. >> reporter: it was this red vest when other victim had given him after they floated for four and a half hours clinging to some ice chests. >> when daybreak came we decided to swim for it and we were separated of first he was given this life vest that gave me confidence and ten hours later i finally made to a deserts island r. after his brush with death, gibson who is chief of police at contra costa college is a motivational speech this week the vest was stolen from the back of his police suv. >> it represented the british columbia of mankind because a guy named glenn wong gave that to me. >> reporter: kishon says it means a lot to him. >> sometimes i reeled i might not get it back, john and that is okay. because i have it in my heart and my mind and just maybe that
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